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When you got in the car to test drive it the clock was not set right makes you fell like some engine work was done?

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2005-10-02 18:33:04
2005-10-02 18:33:04

There are many reason why the clock may have been set wrong. They may have replaced the battery. They may have replaced fuses. They may have done work that required the battery to be disconnected. Whoever owned the car may not have known how to set the clock. Etc....

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